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 Implement the Strategy

Corporate health comes from repeated delivery of real tangible results - without beating-up the workforce.

A healthy company is one that knows what it needs to do, and then gets it done.  To effectively implement the senior team's strategy, the organization needs to be able to execute tactically.  If one installs the proper tactical tools, the Business Process Metrics (the basis of BPM) are readily identified and can then be used to give senior management effective command and control of their critical revenue generation and infrastructure optimization tactics.

Velocity Pointe offers three unique tools for management:

  •  Lean Planning creates the tactical action plans which define the timeline, resources, money and tasks required to achieve the desired deliverables. 
  •  Enterprise Project Management using Total Matrix Management (TM2)
  •  Process Modeling to streamline and optimize operational processes within a business.
  •  Transition one's role from a victim of a Supply Chain into the Captain of a Value Network.

Lean Planning uses the fundamental concepts of Lean to significantly enhance the quality of any tactical model whether it is a process mapping or the creation of a project plan.

Once an organization is using Lean Planning to plan its projects, it quickly becomes apparent that the enhanced predictive model can be used to improve the project output of the organization.  Companies using Velocity Pointe's Total Matrix Management (TM2)  solution find that it typically delivers: a doubling of the number of projects completed annually, a 50% reduction in average project duration and an over 90% on-time completion of full scope projects.

Process Modeling is a critical part of any revenue generation activity.  Enterprise resource planning systems such as SAP create confusion due to the lack of clear understanding of a given process's “within Functional Silo activities” and the “between Functional Silo handoff activities.”  The within Functional Silo activities need to be properly modeled and optimized and many tools exist to do so.  However the real challenge is to monitor and manage the handoffs between Functional Silos, e.g. booked orders to manufacturing, and manufactured items allocated to orders so that distribution can get the right product to the right customer on a timely basis.


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